I was on the SMR Podcast this week. CSUN interview with Sonova/Phonak about their Assisted Listening Devices. My review of the Solo New York Region Backpack. Allister Jenks explains how well the Western Digital WiFi-enabled hard drive helps him. I try to help you decide which iPad to get with my 2019 iPad lineup comparison chart. Then Bart is back with another terrifying installment of Security Bits.
Hi, this is Allison Sheridan of the NosillaCast Apple Podcast, hosted at Podfeet.com, a technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Apple bias. Today is Sunday, March 24, 2019, and this is show number 724. If hearing this before Monday at 10am, remember we’ll have a live chat going during the Apple announcement at 10am Pacific Time on Monday at podfeet.com/chat. Hope you’ll join us.
This week I joined Robb Dunewood and Chris Ashley on the SMR Podcast. As always we had a complete blast. If you haven’t ever heard that show before, it’s these two guys along with Rod Simmons where they talk tech, with gaming, sports, movies and even social issues sprinkled throughout. They had me on to talk about the new iPads coming out and more, but I started out by telling a story about boxer Sugar Shane Mosely! You can find the show at SMRpodcast #407: Surface or iPad with Allison Sheridan
Chit Chat Across the Pond
In this week’s Programming By Stealth, Bart Busschots teaches us the last two concepts in Mustache, one of which is a real head bender and for me at least, the second was almost as hard. The first is how you can add an optional third argument to a Mustache view which is actually a function within a function. It’s a very meta concept. The second is the use of Mustache Partials which are templates within templates. I expect you’ll follow along faster than I did but I think I got there in the end!
Support the Show
One of the many cool things about Patreon is that it is so very transparent. Listener Joop, aka @oetgrunnen, won the support the show contest this week. He saw over on Patreon that the total contributions per NosillaCast was sitting at $99. He decided that eyesore needed to be fixed, and doubled his contribution to make it so. How fun is that? If you’d like to be fun like Joop, head on over to podfeet.com/patreon and start a weekly contribution to the shows. It’s an easy way to show your appreciation for the content you get from the Podfeet Podcasts.
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